ive survived some hideous breakups and the biggest lesson i learnt from the last one was NEVER to contact them, hard as it may be. dont do it, it will hurt you more. you need to try and let go, because you end up getting hurt all over again, and you dont want to appear desperate or hung up to him. neediness makes them run for the hills. try and view it as dodging a bullet- maybe he did you a favour and the perfect man is round the corner? (i need to take my own advice!) the best revenge is getting on with your life- if its 'meant to be' then it will sort itself out
thinking of you, Maz XX
Post Edited (Mazfire) : 11/28/2008 10:13:08 PM (GMT-7)
I am with Maz on this one. I am much older then you and more then once had some ugly break ups and calling them and asking them to come back when they were the one that wants out of the relationship finally made me realize I was just putting myself down as well as asking to be kicked again.
Coping with a relationship breakup of any kind can be very painful, and most people go through this experience at some point in their lives. But the challenges posed by such a loss can be turned into opportunities, enabling you to not only survive, but also thrive. Learn to understand your feelings and develop tools to cope with your relationships.
I wish you peace
Kitt, Co-Moderator: Anxiety/Panic & Depression& GERD Forums*~*